These are all as healthy as can be.
Banana bread (breakfast/snack)
(Recipe by Vered DeLeeuw. Originally posted on Healthy Recipes Blog.)
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To me, this is really easy to make and snack on.
Quick nutrition facts:
- gluten free (almond flour)
- not vegan (egg)
- paleo and keto versions
- can use honey or substitute sweetener
- 12 servings (slices)
- 172 kcal (1 serving) for paleo version
- 150 kcal (1 serving) for keto version
- total time: 3 hr 5 min
- prep time: 15 min
- cook time: 50 min
- rest time: 2 hr
Popcorn: Skinny Pop Copycat (snack)
(Recipe by Amanda Jenks. Originally posted on Baking Yum.)
This recipe doubles easily to make 4-6 servings.
Really quick and easy. I snack on this popcorn a lot.
- total time: 7 min
- prep time: 2 min
- cook time: 5 min
- 1 tbsp sunflower/coconut oil
- 1/4 cup popcorn kernels
- fine sea salt, to taste
Put the oil and the popcorn kernels in a whirly pop popcorn maker (or other similar stovetop popcorn maker). Set pot on stove, and heat to medium-high heat, turning the handle of the popcorn maker periodically.
When the popcorn starts to pop, turn the handle constantly. When the popcorn popping slows, remove the pan from the heat. Continue turning handle until popcorn stops popping.
Pour popcorn into a large bowl, and sprinkle with sea salt (I probably use about 1/4 tsp). Continue salting and tossing the popcorn until it tastes how you want it to.